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Will an unreported car accident affect my premium?

If you were never cited for the accident and never filed a claim, there should be no insurance record of your accident. Insurance companies generally run two reports when you sign up for new insurance — your motor vehicle report (MVR) and another for claims history (CLUE). If they're clean, they should show no record of the accident and your rate should be unaffected. If you have any questions, feel free to ask.

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Homeowners Insurance

Does a zero dollar home insurance claim affect rating a policy?

If you were not paid out, a canceled claim should not have an effect on your premium. Database systems used for cataloging claims history can sometimes confuse this, however.

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General Insurance

My insurance company sent me a non-renewal notice. Will this affect my premiums going forward?

If they are non-renewing for an unsigned app, you should be able to contact them and get that resolved. If you don't want to stay with them, I would still finish the term and move on to a different insurer.

Coverage & Claims

Was I right to file a claim with my insurance when I was not at fault? Will my premiums go up?

Sorry to hear about the accident. I do think you made the right decision in filing a claim for your damages.

General Insurance

Does moving from one insurance company to another raise your insurance premium?

Switching insurance companies won't necessarily raise your rates as long as it doesn't result in a lapse in coverage. Accidents and violations can stay on your record for up to five years, so your past infractions from six years ago should not affect your rates.

General Insurance

Can freezing your credit score affect your car insurance premium?

It's unlikely the freezing of your credit caused your premium to change - as freezing it doesn't affect your score and that's the only way your premium would adjust. Premiums, as a whole, have increased in 2018.
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